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point. while president obama wants tax cuts to expire for the wealthiest americans, most republicans don't. behind closed doors wednesday, oklahoma's tom cole told his gop colleagues they should sign off on the middle class cut extensions. the house speaker isn't budging. >> it will hurt small businesses and our economy. it's why it's not the right approach. >> reporter: obama administration officials will look for some middle ground in separate meetings with boehner and other congressional leaders on capitol hill thursday. danielle nottingham, cbs news, washington. >>> even though it's too late to cash in on tonight's powerball jackpot, when california might get into the game. >> the fallout at apple from the misfire on maps. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, tonight, after making her 1- million dollars richer! ye] nguyen claimed h >>> a milpitas woman is thanking her brother tonight after making her $14 million richer. she claimed her super lotto jackpot prize today but it was her brother who bought the winning ticket in september when she couldn't get to the store. so now she is planning to share her
of automatic tax hikes and spending cuts in january. >>> oh, to be a fly on the wall on this one. president obama and mitt romney met privately at the white house today to chew over the nation's economic issues. it was the first time they have been together face to face since their contentious campaigns. cbs reporter tara mergener on the political power lunch. >> reporter: mitt romney got out of an suv and walked into the white house alone. the former republican nominee then sat down with president obama for a private lunch. aides say the president wanted to hear the businessman's ideas on how to make government run smoother. >> somebody with governor romney's experience clearly would have insight into how to maximize efficiency in an operation like the federal government. >> reporter: the lunch is the first time they met since they battled it out on the campaign trail. >> the president doesn't have a plan. he is out of ideas. he is out of excuses. >> reporter: keeps changing up so much and backtracking and side-stepping... i think it's called romnesia. >> reporter: the lunch in the white h
to social media. >> reporter: working to win public support for his tax and spend proposing, president obama answered "fiscal cliff" questions on twitter monday. one twitter follower asked, why won't keeping tax rates low across the board encourage more hires and tax revenue? the president replied high-end tax cuts would cost almost $1 trillion while extending middle class cuts will produce growth. if there is no compromise all tax go up and spending will be slashed including cuts to the defense budget. defense contractors gathered in washington monday to discuss the consequences. david language staff is ceo of task a company that develops aviation systems and software for intelligence agencies. >> but i think it's very bad for national security because companies cannot plan. >> republicans sent the president a counterproposal monday afternoon. it includes more than $2 trillion in budget savings and extends tax cuts for all americans. >> us this far republicans have been adamant that rates shouldn't go up on the top 2% wealthiest americans. well, the american people overwhelmingly disagree.
reevaluated and then be resentenced. >>> president obama is taking his fiscal fight to the public. today he visited a toy factory in pennsylvania urging the crowd to persuade congress to increase the tax cuts. >> it's not acceptable to me or you for just a handful of republicans in congress to hold middle class tax cuts hostage simply because they don't want tax rates on upper income folks to go up. >> we're willing to put revenues on the table. but revenues that -- that come from closing loopholes, getting rid of special interest deductions, and not raising rates. >> congress needs to reach an agreement in the next few weeks to avoid automatic hikes and cuts come january. >>> they bought just five tickets and picked numbers at random. that's how a missouri family lucked into the biggest powerball lottery of all time. cbs moneywatch reporter alexis christoforous shows us the recently jobless couple now the country's newest millionaires. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: the country's newest megamillionaires stepped into the spotlight. >> the hill family, come on up. >> reporter: cindy an
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